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Kids 'N' Sibs Weekend: February 9–11, 2018

Brothers, sisters, and children who are family members of Marian University students, faculty, and staff are invited to spend a weekend on campus and participate in fun activities during our annual Kids 'N' Sibs Weekend.

The event is open to siblings, cousins, nieces, nephews, your own children, children you baby-sit, and other children with whom you are close.

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Registration

  • Registration will begin in early 2018. 

Staying on Campus

  • If you are a Marian University student who wants to have a child spend the night with you in a shared residence hall room, you must have permission from your roommate(s).
  • Kids and siblings under the age of 10 may stay in rooms with the opposite sex with approval of roommates.
  • Children older than 10 years old may spend the night in residence halls if that student is a member of the same sex. 

Costs 

  • There is no registration fee for the weekend, but spending money for meals and souvenirs from the Marian University bookstore is recommended. We also will be offering a $10 package that includes a ticket to both men's and women's basketball games for the price of one as well as a Kids 'N' Sibs T-shirt.
  • If you have guest passes for on-campus dining, they can be used in the new campus dining hall.  Otherwise, regular rates are $7 for breakfast, $8 for lunch/brunch, and $9 for dinner.

For information, contact the Office of Student Activities and Orientation at 317.955.6335.

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